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in an empty field but residents panicked. many residents fled to shelters that have not been used for decades. for the second day in a row, israel's largest city, tel aviv, also came under rocket fire and the rocket landed in an unoccupied area and in tel aviv residents are very concerned about the increased range of the rockets being fired from gaza. it is interesting to note that now more than half of israel's population is in range of the rockets. there have been at least 150 rockets fired in the last 24 hours and half of them have been intercepted by israel's defense system. there are now plans to expand the system. there are now four batteries in place with another planned. the israelis would like to increase the number if the conflict continues to escalate. >>trace: with a million israelis in bomb shelters, david lee miller live in late evening on the gaza border. we will have more reaction coming up inside "studio b" including what this means for the u.s. relationship with egypt. but, first, the former c.i.a. director, general petraeus, today, testified on the deadly attack in benghazi
with israeli and arab leaders after cutting short her visit to asia. the u.s. reports it is a official ally of israel and supports israel's right to defend itself. but there are concerns about an israeli ground assault that could mark a dangerous escalation in this conflict. as i mentioned, secretary of state clinton is set to meet with netanyahu in jerusalem and then with palestinian officials in ramallah in the west bank before heading to cairo to meet with egyptian leaders. that would complete the triangle. jennifer griffin is at the state department. this was not part of the president's -- well, the president's so-called pivot to asia, jennifer. >> the middle east conflict as you and i both know has a way of pulling every administration back in. you remember that bill clinton as one of his last agenda items as president tried to come up with peace between the israelis and the palestinians. he failed. now secretary of state hillary clinton has left what was supposed to be her last trip with the president to asia. she made her way. she has just landed in jerusalem. she will meet tonight w
>>megyn: we are thankful for you, our viewers and the men and women who protect us here in uniform. what are you thankful for? here is trace. >>trace: happy thanksgiving day. the news begins anew on "studio b" with air raid sirens silence as the cease-fire takes effect. but after days of rocket attacks, how long will this truce hold? the role the u.s. played in pushing for a deal. secretary of state, hillary clinton rushed to the meeting for emergency meetings. we will break down the diplomatic tug of war coming up and developing right now, jesse jackson jr. resigning from congress two weeks after winning re-election to the house of representatives. the fallout from washington, dc, all ahead, unless breaking news changes everything. first from fox at 3:00, we are now an hour into a cease-fire between israel and hamas. the two sides reached a deal today after a week of rocket attacks and missile strikes and bombings that killed an israeli soldier, palestinian militant and dozens of civilians. egypt's foreign minister announced this in cairo alongside secretary of state, hillary clin
to the square. this is the way they are trying to use their leverage against the president. the chant are the same "this regime must leave." >>shepard: disturbing to hear your reports in the last hour it is believed the military could be moving in on the people. is that right? >>reporter: right now all we have seen are police and security forces pushing aside the younger protesters in the allies around square. the conflict is a low-level conflict with the police themselves throwing rocks but a steady stream of small explosions as the more aggressive protesters are pushed out of that square. demonstrators, opposition leaders have warned of the possible intervention of the military if the unrest continues. we have not seen that yet. >>shepard: what your sense of what is happening there among the people? it seemed to me from watching through the camera there is a change over the last 24 hours. >>reporter: there is. yesterday we saw the president try to comp my meeting with the judges and he said the powers are only temporary, it will only last a month, and they are actually very limited
>>megyn: we should let the officer's act inspire us for a random act of kindness or make a donation to a homeless or animal shelter. start right now. it is inspiring. i can make a difference in the life of some homeless person or some, you know, dog or cat or visit a neighbor. didn't he inspire to you do something? >>shepard: i read it last night and i was inspired but i went, instead, to dinner. >>megyn: you are a bad person. >>shepard: the news begins anew on "studio b." this is the surveillance video. it shows the moment a man realized he had become filthy rich. he ought to be happy. he could be the one would splits the record-breaking powerball jackpot. the details are ahead. someone came forward. we are a month away from the potential fiscal cliff that everyone is talking about. he is smiling. today the president and republican lawmakers publicly bashed each other on their plans for a deal. the details are ahead. a man with a big heart. a santa costume and a lot of $100. a lost them. he is bringing early holiday cheer to super storm sandy victims. that is ahead unless breaking
been repeated again and again by u.s. officials including secretary of state, hillary clinton with her words echoed by the state department spokeswoman. >> we have had concerned and we are clear why we will vote the way we will vote. the path to two states goes through jerusalem not through new york. >>jonathan: today the focus is indeed on new york, is indeed on the united nations right here, the general assembly, with the street come during this hour. it will be historic. it could alter the course of history in the middle eat. >>shepard: now the assistant managing editor of the the "wall street journal," parent company of this network. israel says it and meaning less and lobbies against it. not "meaningless." >>guest: it is symbolic. 132 nations already have recognized palestine as a sovereign state. they have exchanged ambassadors. so the united nationses is catching up with the international trend. it will be significant for the reasons that john than -- jonathan pointed out that the palestinian liberation organization could take israel to the international court. israel says if it
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